trebor wrote:Spanish (although she has a terrible Latin American accent).
I disagree. (I’m Spanish). She speaks Castilian Spanish and has a very good pronunciation (although the Italian accent remains). Actually, Latin American listeners have remarked (and even mocked) the way she pronounces the C's and Z's, like we do in Spain. For example, /CoraZón/, which is the correct sound for Z (za, zo, zo) and C (ce, ci). Not S. That’s called “seseo”, as they do in Latin American Spanish (it happens in some parts of Spain as well, like Andalucía and Canarias). Same thing with Enrique Iglesias.
The only problem with Laura in Spanish is that sometimes she uses some literal translations from Italian to Spanish and some verbs are not in the right tense. But overall her Spanish lyrics are great.